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fat mu! YOUR one-stop make-up hub

It’s the vision of Brit-Indian make up artists Natasha Nischol and Virginia Holmes. With MU-mbai as their backdrop, and drawing from their professional experience in the UK and India, the pair set up fat mu in 2006 offering make up services and make up education of an international standard for - Film and Television, Fashion and Trends, Fringe and Theatre  make up – fat mu!

We are based in the heart  of MU-mbai, home to India’s huge and vibrant film, TV and media industries.  With vast experience and a network of international clients we offer to you make up services for shoots, events, bridals, makeovers and our very own professional make up school – the fat mu Academy!

What people say!

Danny Boyle, Director, U.K

“Natasha and Virginia are both supportive and suggestive to the director about approach, vision and execution. Damn fine people too, always there when you need them, and with accomplished assistants, you would be insane not to use them!”

Shekhar Kapur, Director, India
“fat mu are not just one of the best and most professional make-up and hair team I know, they also give you more than you need!”

Freida Pinto,  India
“fat mu was my first ever experience of working with a really professional make-up team. Since then I have had the fine privilege of working with some of the top film industry make-up teams in the world and what amazes me is that Natasha and Virginia have, from the very onset maintained a very international approach to their work and have always been ahead of their game. I am very proud to be associated with these two uber talented women.”

Zoya Akhtar, Director, India
“I have worked with Natasha and Virginia on both my films. I have been thoroughly spoilt by their ideas, their enthusiasm, their art, their professionalism and their extreme good cheer. They inspire me and they make my cast look good and feel safe. I would be heartbroken if I had to make a film without them."